Constructive Destruction

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Publication Date:
January 2012
Copyright year:
1987
ISBN:
978-3-11-092009-3

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    Gray, Richard T.

    Constructive Destruction

    Kafka's Aphorisms: Literary Tradition and Literary Transformation

    Series:Studien zur deutschen Literatur 91

      Aims and Scope

      The study presents a thorough investigation of Kafka's aphoristic writings, examining them in terms of the history of the aphorism in Germany, and paying special regard to Kafka's contemporary Austrian aphorists. Emphasis is placed on the role of the aphorism in the development of Kafka's literary creativity. Aphoristic discourse presented itself to Kafka as a possible manner of resolving specific conflicts in his life and art, above all the crisis of communication the individuality of the self. Aphoristic structure provides the transitional link between Kafka´s early perspectivistic narratives and the parables of the later period.

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      23 x 15.5 cm
      vi, 308 pages
      Language:
      English
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